Saturday, November 18, 2017

Books for Christmas from Wyoming Writers members

Yellowstone Has Teeth
In this well-constructed narrative, Ambler reveals a hidden Yellowstone, a place where delight and danger are separated by the slimmest of margins: a degree of pitch on an avalanche slope, a few inches of a buffalo’s horn, a moment during a deadly wildfire. With insight, love, and humor, Yellowstone Has Teeth paints a never-before-seen portrait of an iconic American landscape and the people who live there.

The Deadly Art of Love and Murder

Alaskan fine arts dealer, Caribou King, has closed up shop for the season. When she discovers the body of Mrs. Nash, an elderly woman, in the old Tilamu house, Cara can’t help poking her nose into the investigation. With the Alaskan winter closing in, Cara finds herself caught between two men who say they love her and one who wants her dead.

Along the Sylvan Trail

In Sylvan Grove, Iowa, you can eat at Sally's Sylvan Diner, shop at a family business in the square, read your news in the Sylvan Grove Gossiper, spend the night at the Sylvan Inn, and live out your final days at the Sylvan Valley Care Center. But if you are budding plant scientist Amber Jensen, Sylvan Grove is your touchstone, the place to heal a broken heart and start a new life restoring an historic bar in the foothills of Wyoming's Wind River Mountains.

To Love Kindness

1918 At a time when it takes courage to love, hope, or have faith, three young Irish-American dare to believe in themselves and in America. Meticulously researched, this second book in the White Winter Trilogy explores how hope is shattered and rekindled, hearts are broken and mended, and faith is lost and found in a world in which nothing is certain.

Náápiikoan Winter

At the turn of a new century, changes unimagined are about to unfold. When white traders approach the Piikáni for the first time, no one can reckon the price that will be paid. Naapiikoan Winter is a Will Rogers Medallion Awards bronze level winner.